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Ways to Deal With Minor Head Injuries 

April 5,2017

Children grow while they play. Play definitely is an integral part of childhood. When children are on the playground there is always a risk of injury associated. Kids play and explore equipment like, climbers, jungle gym, swings. Even if they simply run on the ground there are chances of injuries. While in a playful mood children miss out on taking care of themselves. Well! We cannot stop them from playing and enjoying. It is very normal when children return home with bruised knees and elbows. Head injuries are something that needs extra care and observation.

 

When children accidentally bruise their head and have head injuries it is important to check for particular signs and symptoms without fail.Enrolling for First Aid courses at Sunshine Coast are known to equip participants with detail knowledge & practice of dealing with head injuries by offering specialized training.

 

Minor Head Injury - First Aid course sunshine Coast


 

In the meanwhile we help you understand what signs to look for and monitor closely for 48 hours after a child suffers head injury. Make sure to immediately call for an ambulance if the child has developed any of the following symptoms.

 

  • Unconsciousness

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  • Abnormal breathing

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  • Serious wound

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  • Bleeding of clear fluids from nose, ear or mouth

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  • Weakness or no strength in the arms and legs / paralyzed

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  • Wobbly walking

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  • Vomiting

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  • Pain in the neck

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  • Blurry Vision

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  • Dizziness

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  • Seizure

 

Never ever ignore even the slightest of symptom that seems bizarre after a child has suffered a head injury. Immediately visit a doctor to avoid any health complications in the future.



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